Written by: Mikala Lugen | Photo(s) by: Tristan Sadler
Lonely Heights Release Third Single Of 2021, “OKAY” [Listen]
Salt Lake City-based rock band Lonely Heights have released the new single “OKAY.”
Best known for their high-energy, catchy melodies, the four piece – comprised of Kaiden Patch, Dan Hickman, Duke Smith, and Clifton Davis – are back with their third single release of the year, following “Don’t Hold Your Breath” and “Heard It’s Over.” Timing in at three and a half minutes, “OKAY” spins the band’s classic punk rock lyrics over a danceable rhythm full of punchy percussion.
““OKAY” is a song about mental health, relationships and self-depreciation. Sometimes, we say ‘I’m fine,’ when in reality, we feel fear, sadness and even anger beneath the surface,” the band said in a social post. “We hope this new single can help our listeners express and overcome those inner-feelings with the power of PUNK ROCK.”
Stream “OKAY” below.
Lonely Heights are slated to compete in Night Three of The Boardwalk’s “Battle Of The Bands” this Friday, October 22nd against Train Heist, Sage Lane, and Fall Away. Tickets to the show can be found here, with a portion of the proceeds being donated to The Alzheimer’s Association. Additionally, the band will host and headline their “Lonely Heights Halloween Bash” at Clubhouse on October 30th with Southernmost Gravy, Mowth, Sunfish, and 19 Miles Per Hour. Tickets to the Halloween Bash can be found here.
For additional information, visit the band’s website.